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JACOB EDWARDS LIBRARY 



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BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL 






ANN VERSARY 



Jacob Edwards Library 

236 Main St. 
Southbridge, MA 01550 



Jacob Edwards Library 

236 Main St. 
Southbridge, MA 01550 



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Of „_- H ,GH SCHOOL 







FACULTY & STAFF 

Retirements 4 
Administration 6 
Faculty 7 

SENIORS 

Senior Class Officers 18 
2011 Class History 19 
Senior Pages 20 
Senior Superlatives 90 
Senior Candids 94 
Class Prophecy 96 
Class Portrait 98 



OLD SCHOOL- NEW SCHOOL 128 

Southbridge High School reflects on the past 
fifty years as it anticipates the building of a 
new school 



Printed and bound in Canada 



UNDERCLASSMEN 

Junior Class Officers 103 
Junior Portraits 104 
Junior Candids 108 
Sophomore Class Officers 111 
Sophomore Portraits 112 
Sophomore Candids 116 
Freshmen Class Officers 119 
Freshmen Portraits 120 
Freshmen Candids 124 

SPORTS 

Football 1 52 
Fall Cheering 1 56 
Soccer 158 
Field Hockey 162 
Golf 163 

Cross Country 164 
Track and Field 165 
Basketball 166 
Winter Cheering 1 72 
Baseball 174 
Softball 1 76 
Tennis 1 78 

CLUBS & ACTIVITIES 

National Honor Society 182 

Student Council 1 83 

Subject Honor Societies 184 

Latino Heritage Month 186 

Yearbook Staff 188 

Math Team 191 

Band 192 

Chorus 194 

Prom 198 

Homecoming 200 

Spirit Week 2023 









The changing times at Southbridge High School are reflected in the lives of 

TWO AMAZING TEACHERS, Mr. WlLLIAM RUCKI AND Mr. RlCK SlLVER. BOTH HAVE DE- 
VOTED THEIR LIVES TO ASSISTING THE STUDENTS OF SOUTHBRIDGE HlGH SCHOOL. 




What will you miss the most about Southbridge High School? 

The students and staff. 

What advice would you give to new teachers coming to Southbridge High? 

Be patient and be prepared for changes. 

Describe you experience at SHS in one word. 

Challenging. 




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We would like them to know that they will be greatly missed and fondly remem- 
bered BY EVERYONE. THEY HAVE BOTH TAUGHT AND INSPIRED THE STUDENTS OF SHS TO 
MOVE FORWARD AND THAT ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE IF YOU PUT YOUR MIND TO IT. It IS WITH 
GREAT HONOR THE CLASS OF 2011 DEDICATES THIS YEARBOOK TO THEM. 




What will you miss the most about Southbridge High School? 

Coming into work and interacting with people on a day by day basis because I found these people to 
be interesting and unique. 

What advice would you give new teachers coming to Southbridge High? 

Keep an open mind and a positive attitude; that what they do does make a difference. 

Describe you experience at SHS in one word. 

Journey. 






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JOANNE UUNN 



Administrative Assistant 



Administrative Assistant 




Pam Abate 
Mathematics 




Rene Altamar 
Spanish 




Mary Adu-Gyamfi 
Chemistry 




Suspension Supervisor 



Dianne Allard 
Business 




Michelle Aronson 
Special Education 




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Melanie Bagaglio 
S.O.A.R. 



Kristen Bergman 
Substitute 




Carmen Blanco 
ESL/SPED Tutor 




Becky Bussiere 
Music/Vocals 




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David Burris 
S. 0. A. R. 



Rich Cameron 
Tutor 




James Bostock 
English 





Brian Calnan 
Mathematics 




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Linda Carr 
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Brian Davis 
Athletic Director 




Thadeus Dubsky 
Technology Director 




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Jan Digregorio 
Physical Education 




Maria Diaz 
Life Skills Aid 




Roland Gaboury 
Mathematics 




Eleanor Hebert 
Special Ed Tutor 



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Lynn Loftus 
Librarian 




John McHugh 
Social Studies 




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Eric Niebel 
Digital Technology 




Martha Oakes 
Special Education 





Judy Prisco 
Information Systems 



Carmen Rivera 
SPED/ELL Tutor 




Kati Patrone 
English 




Nate Roberts 
SPS IT Tech 





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Band 



Rick Silver 
Social Studies 




Andrea Thomasino 
English 




Spiro Thomo 
Social Studies 




Leslie Torres-Ortiz 
ELL Tutor 




Robyn Zaremby 
Mathematics 



John Vargas 
Tutor 





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Back: Marlene Reyes, Treasurer; Jeff Boucher. Secretary; Irene Gavidia. Historian. 

Front: Shawn Perrin. Vice President; Katie Lora, President. 



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By IRENE GAVIDIA and KEISHA TORRES 



(Jn September of 2007, we entered Southbridge High as the new freshman class. We started the 
\D year with class elections, electing Katie Lora as class President, Cole Carron as Vice President, 
Emily Collazo as Treasurer, and Nicole Renaud as Secretary. With the overwhelming activities of the 
Thanksgiving Rally and its challenging theme of "Dancing Through the Decades," our advisors Miss 
Currie and Ms. Rotondo helped us put on a "Thrilling," skit winning third place. Our Thanksgiving float 
was a complete disaster; it was not well prepared and it fell apart on the way to the bonfire. Our fund 
raisers, flower seeds and bulbs and The Entertainment Books did not exceed our advisors expecta- 
tions. At the end of the year, our first class trip to The Boston Science Museum left the males of our 
class more informed than they wanted to be with the miracle of birth. 

We returned in the fall of 2008 with the renewal of class elections, once again electing Katie Lora as 
President, Shawn Perrin as Vice President, Emily Collazo as Treasurer, and Torey Downer as Secre- 
tary. The year flew by and before we knew it, it was time for the Thanksgiving Rally again. With the 
theme being "Disney" we took on Peter Pan, winning us third place in the skit, and first place in the 
poster; our school spirit showed for the first time at Southbridge High. In all the spirit, people decided 
to decorate our bathroom with bomb threats, which made Mr. Bishop create "Potty Patrol," making Ms. 
Littleton head-chief in charge. 

In 2009 with high hopes and our new E-Board: Katie Lora as President, Caroline Macharia as Vice 
President, Shawn Perrin as Secretary, Marlene Reyes as Treasurer, and Alyssa Chernisky as Histo- 
rian, we entered into our junior year. "Under the Sea" was our challenge for the Thanksgiving Rally. 
Not knowing what to choose until the day before the deadline, we chose the movie "Shark Tale" which 
led us to winning first place in the skit category. During one of our assemblies, the class of 2012 had 
the audacity to say they had the best MCAS scores, when Mr. Bishop crushed their spirits stating they 
did not exceed the scores of the class of 2011. It was our year to put on prom. Our unique committee 
came up with "Fire & Ice" as the theme. Stressed out and overwhelmed by the Senior class at the time 
over the theme we had chosen, we still managed to pull off an amazing prom. Just before the year 
came to an end there was a time of grief when our class experienced a tragic loss with the passing of 
one of our class mates, Jennawe Rolfe, who will always be in our hearts. 

Finally entering our senior year in 2010 with our new and final class officers, Katie Lora as President, 
Shawn Perrin as Vice President, Jeffrey Boucher as Secretary, Irene Gavidia as Historian and Mar- 
lene Reyes as Treasurer, we knew nothing could bring us down. The new school year brought a new 
tradition: the high school's first Homecoming dance and activities took place. Once again, we took 
first place in skit at the Thanksgiving Rally with the theme "Musicals" and our choice "The Wizard of 
Oz." During the year we experienced a time of sorrow with the tragic loss of Makayla Packard, who 
touched many hearts throughout the school. On top of all the stress, we also had college and schol- 
arship deadlines approaching, luckily we had help from our guidance counselors to get things done 
right and on time. We all had senioritis and were anxiously awaiting our final events, like our last prom 
with the theme "Umbrella," our class trip to The Spirit of Boston and most importantly, graduation. Our 
class will be the 50th graduating class of Southbridge High School. 

We spent four years waiting for this moment and are finally here. Even through all the struggles and 
stress we faced, we still made it. Although we all' say we are happy to finally walk out of Southbridge 
High and move on with our lives, we all sit here and reminisce over the memories as if they happened 
yesterday and wish they would never end. 



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Activities: Shopping, singing, dancing, chilling with friends !!! 

£}est friends: Jamielyn Maldonado, Jeffy Wonderlie, Naisha Santa, Nathalie Reyes, Hunny Dip <3 

Wanted to £>ut Never £)id: Cheerleading for football 

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future (joals: Moving to Florida & becoming a successful Lawyer 

Advice Tor "freshmen": Make the best out of your 4 years here because time "flies." Remember to stay 

focused because those who you stress now won't matter in the future. 

favorite Quotes.- "When it comes down to it, I let them think what they want. If they care enough to bother 

with what I do, then I'm already better than them." --Marilyn Monroe <3 M 

"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter won't 

mind. "--Dr. Suess <3* 

"What doesn't kill me only makes me stronger." "Pain is inevitable , suffering is optional." "May I be forever 

grateful that at times I did not receive that which I truly deserved." "Turn your wounds into wisdom." "I may be 

lying in the gutter, but I'm staring at the stars." "He who has a why to live can bear almost any how." -Fredrich 

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troubled about the future, for it has not yet come. Live 
in the present, and make it so beautiful that it will be 
worth remembering." -Ida Scott 



^^Rvities: Tennis, chorus 
Jest Friend: Jessica Rivera 
I'll never forget : When Shayla fejj at the 
Medieval Dinner ! 
Future Goals: To become a crimflal psy- 
chologist. Travel to Italy, ^nd hg^^lly 
live there someday. 
Advice to Freshma^Keep yBur grafts 
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Favorite OAtes: "What goesluround, 
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the changmyou want to see in the world." | 
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next steps into the world, re- 
membering that first impressions 
are not always correct. You must 
always have faith in people, but 
most importantly you must al- 
ways have faith in yourself. Con- 
gratulations everyone and good 
luck! 

-Reese Witherspoon 

(In Legally Blonde) 



Nickname- Emma 
Activities- Texting <3 
Best friends- Family -i-Brad Johnston<3 
Wanted to but didn't- Cheer 
Never forget- Digging through all the lunch- 
room trash cans looking for my retainer (never 
found it), lol 

Future goals- NO KIDS, go to college and be- 
come a mortician. <- Yes, working with dead 
bodies. 

Dear Freshman, 

Forget the drama and finish school. 
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FUTURE ZOALS: GO TO COLLEGE 

ADVICE TO FRESHMAN: BE WHO YOU ARE AND 
DON'T BOTHER WITH OTHER PEOPLES LIVES BE- 
CAUSE ITS ALL ABOUT YOU! 

FAVORITE OUO'I'E: "PERSEVERANC F LEADS YOU TO 
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BEST FRIENDS;. Jeff Wonder, Pru, Hoomins, Tyweezy, Gonz, 
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Nickname- Sam, Tita 
Activities- Eating, Field hockey & Up- 
ward Bound =) 

Best friends- Barbara, Sage, & Bree- 
ana 

Wanted to, but never did- Make honor 
roll. 

Never forget when- Shayla Mercado 
fell off the stage at the Medieval din- 
ner. I could not stop laughing. 
Future goals- Become a police officer. 
Advice for freshmen- Don't let anyone 
stop you from reaching your goals. 
Favorite quote- "Remember tha 
game telephone? The one where some- 
one would say something, and by the 
end it was something totally different? 
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Natalie Hernandez, Sam Peck, Janetis Cardona 

Goals: 

To open my own no-kill animal rescue shelter 

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Winning 9-0 on the soccer trip to Cape Cod. 



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Best friends: Erick, Fabiola, Maria, and Tif 1 

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Activities: Basketball, baseball, and soccer. 

Favorite quote: "Nunca dejes para manana 

lo que puede ser para hoy". / 

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Nickname: Higgs 

Activities: Baseball 

Best friends: Tyrell, Aaron, Damian and 

Angel 

Future goals: Become a professional 

baseball player 

Favorite quotes: "Do as you otter." "A 

man never stands taller than when he 

kneels to help a child." 








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the Cape. 
Future goals: To become a veterinarian 








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inn, Carolina Machaz, Lina Leon Machalion, Scrumdililuciuz Pop, Kay-rolyn 
ia, Kanyumnyum Yumyum, Lionel Ritchie, Harry, Carry Underwood, 
I [airoline, Annie. 

C^/UOtCS: "If you obey all the rules, you miss all the fun." -Katherine Hepburn 
ou don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your 
titude."-Maya Angelou "My mission in life is not merely to survive in life, 
thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, ai 
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NICKNAME: J-Mac, Mac, Macneezy, Mac-Attack 

BEST FRIENDS: Gino, Chad Lazo, Daly, Emilio, Jordan, Aaron, Tyre 11, Damian, Hig- 

gins, T-Bone 

WANTED TO, BUT NEVER DID: Start senior year against Bartlett. 

NEVER FORGET WHEN: We beat Bartlett twice in the same year!!!! 

FUTURE GOALS: Graduate from college and enjoy life. 

ADVICE FOR FRESHMEN: Do well in school!!!! 






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Bes friends: Luis, Areilis and Diggy 
A tivities: Choir, yearbook and photog- 
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Fa orite Quote: "In life, there are going 
to be things that will make it hard to smile| 
But, whatever you do throughout all the 
rain and pain, you gotta keep your sense 
of humor" 

Dr ams: To become a photographer & 
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"SHAY, SHAY-SHAY, BOO BOO, LITTLE FEET" 

FRIENDS: 

JORDAN, LITTLE, SAM G, SHAWN, KATIE. 

I'LLNEVEK FORGET WHEN: ^ 

MY SOPHOMORE YEAR THERE WAS A FIGHT 
EVERYDAY INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL FOR 
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ADVICE: 

"GIVE EVERYTHING DO YOUR BEST BECAUSE IT ALL 

COUNTS IN THE END" 

FAVORITE QUOTE: .• - 

"WHEN WORDS FAIL, MUSIC SPEAKS." 



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hop, little town, R&B 

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school if you want to go to college. Stay out of 
trouble; it's not worth it Enjoy your high school 
* career. The years fly by and before you know it, 
you '11 be a senior. 




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Sammy, Peckah, Woodpeckah, 
Booger(only Ashley can call me that) Sam, Samanther 

Ashley Rolfe, Jennawe Rolfe, Alex 
Gonzalez, Jeannie Cardona 



Varsity softball, varsity basketball, 
varsity soccer, traveling softball teams Invaders and 
Vipers and I play football with friends for fun. 

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beginning and don't slack off. 

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"The real recognize the real" 



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Activities: Busy Bee 

Best Friends: Ty-Weezy, Dale Dog, Damian C, Higgs, JMac, 
Joey White, Gino V., Gauvinator, Ben Gravel, Wonder Bread 



Wanted to, but never did: I've done it all. 
Never forget: Friday nights and driving through CT. 
Future goals: To get as far away from Southbridge as I can. 
Advice for freshman: Bring your own lunch to school. 
Favorite quotes: "May the wind always be at your back, and 
the sun upon your face, and may the wings of destiny carry 
you aloft to dance with the stars" -George Jung 



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get my masters in devel- 
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Activities: Helping Hands Club, Givji 

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Wanted to,-but never ^id: Modelling ' 

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Jennawe lit up peoples lives with her crazy laugh and beautiful face. 

She always hadpeople laughing, no matter what mood they were in. 

She loved her sister Ashley dearly and adored her nephew Chad Jr. 

She loved to play soccer; it was her favorite sport. 



NO ONE will ever forget her. We all love and miss her so much. 

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Jennawe LaRynn Rolfe is our Beautiful Arigel. 





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Tenna Bug 
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Graduate from 
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playing piano 

Best friends : Devin, Jaime, Chris, Mario, Gordon and 
Orlando 

Favorite Band/Music: K-Pop, Hip Hop and Bap 

Wanted to, but never did : Try out for a sports team. 

Never forget : Band trips to Virginia Beach 

Future Goals : Graduate from college, and to visit my , . 
country Laos, and others, like Thailand and-Kop 





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rie are gathering at the new, high-tech Southbridge High School to decorate the newly indestructible 
gym for the Class of 201 1 reunion. As they are finishing up the final touches, Marlene Reyes storms in 
telling whoever is around what to do and how to do it when she ends up losing her balance and falls on 
her butt. Anthony Perez lifts her up and tells her that's what she gets for always trying to be in control. 
They start to hear a familiar laugh, which they knew could only be from Keisha Torres, who was hiding 
in the corner as if she was Casper the unfriendly ghost. Then Keisha says, "I hope nothing gets stolen at 
this reunion" and laughs as Matt Rabbett walks in. While that is happening, Jose De Leon talks to Mr. 
Niebel about what can be done in order to transform the gym floor into a dance floor and if he needs 
any other special errands to be done. With the help of Jonathan Jimenez, they figure out how to trans- 
form the wooden gym floor into a rump shaking disco dance floor by the click of a button. Orlando 
Rodriguez and Mario Munoz stride through the gym door demanding that the menu better consist 
of more than chicken, chicken O's, chicken tenders, chicken fries, popcorn chicken, spicy chicken, 
chicken patties, chicken noodle soup, chicken wings, chicken parm, chicken nuggets, and chicken pot 
pie. Head Chef, Arianna Ortiz, and her assistants, Carmela Apolinar, Katherine Rodriguez, Elizabeth 
Toro, and Yismary Rojas, assures everyone that their culinary skills are way more advanced than just 
chicken. Meanwhile, Areilis Montes, now a nationwide photographer, sets up to start taking pictures of 
the reunion. 

As Edward Demers and Gordon Ansah enter the gym kicking a soccer ball they accidentally 
hit Sasha Willet who is now a teacher at Tantasqua, Amber Shunaman sees what is going on and she 
snatches the ball away saying that it is not safe, because she knows best. All the while, Alyssa Chernisky 
and Jessica Rivera are complaining about how hungry they are and need food to satisfy them. As the 
food finally begins to be served, torrential downpours start to occur, and Caroline Macharia barges into 
the gym with shouts of complaint about her million dollar wig getting ruined by the rain and her hair 
beginning to frizz. Fortunately she has another one in her purse and she takes off one wig to put on 
another. Eric Lincoln sees her hair and begins to argue with her about his hair being better, smoother, 
and silkier just like Justin Bieber's. Then, Irene Gavidia walks in with her police uniform on looking 
around for her husband. When she can't find him she snaps her fingers and everybody notices Jose 
"Little" Rosario, who is now the coach of the Patriots football team, running through the crowd. As the 
rain pounds on the roof, there is a huge commotion and everyone looks up to see Shawn Perrin de- 
scending from the ceiling with his back up singers Fabiola Acevedo, Felicia Aponte, and Krystal Perez 
singing Shawn's latest Broadway hit, "My Love Costs Everything ." Josh MacNeil, Aaron Proubc, Matt 
Higgins, and Tyrell Lewis all become jealous that Shawn has all the spotlight and attempt to perform a 
mid air back flip. As Aaron Proulx looks away, they accidentally drop Josh MacNeil on his arm, break- 
ing it again. Luckily, Dayna Larson, an accomplished nurse, bachelor Jeff Boucher, a wealthy surgeon, 
are there to tend to his wounds while Nicole Renaud and Nathalie Reyes prescribe pain medication. 
Unfortunately, they end up giving him the wrong prescription making him go crazy. 





2031 




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All the while, Wander Christian is making his way through the crowd dancing with whoever' 
is in front of him to try to get the scoop on who is still single and would like to go out with him after 
the reunion. Miss America, Katie Lora, enters with her tiara on her head and her trusted entourage 
behind her which consists of Torey Downer, her make-up artist and hair stylist, and Kaitlynn Lemire, 
her financial consultan. In a split second, linebacker Tavaughn Garcia steals her tiara and starts strut- 
ting his goods. As the party continues Gino Vitoritto brags to Justin Daly and Jeff Wonderlie who now 
have their own talk show called "Fresh Boyz" that he was on the last season of "Jersey Shore" and that 
he franchised the quote "Hipppogrendlelandmine" which is a mix of a hippopotamus, a girl, and a dog. 
Jaime Rodriguez, who was known in high school for being a descendent of a pterodactyl shows up with 
Chris Santos and is eager to know what everybody has been up to. At this time, everyone stops to hear 
Samantha Garcia belt out the National Anthem with Billy Savankham on snares, Erica White playing 
the clarinet, and Dominique Chapman soloing on the flute, as the Marines, Angel Velez, Josh Colon, 
and Corey Garceau enter the room after being over seas for more than 15 years. Sadiel Hernandez sees 
the microphone alone and starts singing "Dale... Dale, Don Dale" to get the party going. Chris Ortiz 
immediately goes to the dance floor and starts dancing with Natalie Hernandez. While everybody else 
hits the dance floor, Taylor Calcutta and Luis Alicia notice someone that they do not recognize. The girl 
has dark brown hair, green eyes, light skin complexion, heels, and a tattoo on her right arm saying "I 
¥ Biology." When they look closer they are surprised to see that the girl is Lauryn Larson. Meanwhile, 
Jenna Lee Rosario, Emily Collazo, and Karina Alvarado converse about the latest fashion: flip flops 
for all seasons. Jenna replies that the one and only Crystal Novia who can't stand wearing sneakers 
founded the company with the help of Sarah Daigneault, the fashion designer, Sarah Maldonado, the 
promoter, and Tiha Wood, the fashion model. Eunice Gonzalez overhears the conversation and tells 
Dominique Rivera that fitted hats and sneakers is where it's at. 

On the opposite side of the room Wilfredo Velez, Luis Belfort, and Irvin Vazquez find this 
to be an opportune moment to promote their new Gentlemen's Club called "Mira Gata" which can be 
found in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Guam. All the while, Antonio Lopez and Benjamin Gonzalez 
are showing off their new tattoos and piercing courtesy of Alexandra Gonzalez's established body arts 
parlor, "Ink- Rated." Damian Carlos becomes overly excited about their tattoos and exclaims to his wife, 
Kasi Sanchez, that he wants another one. She does not agree and therefore they begin to argue. Gordon 
Tarn, Jeremy Santiago, Luis Santana, and Edwin Gonzalez all try to get people to quiet down for the 
last and final performance of the night. As Lauren Boutillette, J. K. Cross and Shayla Mercado take the 
stage to perform the class song, "I Believe," Brittany Teixeira, Sheila "La-La" Sanchez and Nicole Sowa 
finally show up, late as usual. Everyone takes their seats and the performance begins. After a night of 
surprises Sam Peck shouts, 'Thank you Jennawe Rolfe for always looking over us like a guardian angel!" 
The class of 20 1 1 finally comes together and laughs at the idea of how the other reunions will turn out. 
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Jacob Palmerino 

Roberto Palmerino 

Amber Peck 

Jason Peck 



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Joseph Pontbriand 

Orlando Quesada 

Yajaira Ramos 



Caroline Rentas 

Sean Reyes 

Javier Rios 

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Joshua Sanchez 
Kayla Serrano 
Lukas St. Germaine 
Adriana Stratton 



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Emilio Torres 
Janessa Torres 
Karina Torres 
Luz Torres 



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THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE 
REPORTS 

The following excerpts and photos were gleaned from early an- 
nual school committee reports, previous high school yearbooks, 
and The Southbridge Sesquicentennial Historical Album. 

1736: THE FIRST SCHOOL 

The first school had been held in James Dene- 
son's barn. The students were taught by Mary 
Manning. Ten years later, the first dedicated 
school building was erected nearby. 

1800: SUMMER SCHOOL 

There were sixty pupils listed 
as attending school in the 
summer of 1800. It was 
taught by Charlotte Plimpton 
and it is said that she trav- 
eled from Medford to South- 
bridge by horseback, taking 
from morning to evening to ar- 
rive at her teaching destination. 

1837: FIRST HIGH SCHOOL 

The town voted to build the first town hall with 
quarters for a high school on the second floor. 
It was to be "two stories high, the walls of which 
were to be brick, and to finish the lower story 
for town business. The Town Hall/High School 
building was built to be seventy-five feet in width 
and one hundred and nineteen feet in length. 

1858: THE CLOTHING OF CHILDREN: 

"It is hoped that the committee will not be tran- 
scending the duties of their office in saying a 




few words. They have seen little girls and young 
misses clothed in a manner sadly at fault... 
they look prettier in the eyes of their mothers 
thus dressed than they would if clad with more 
abundant and more equally distributed apparel. 
But mothers are earnestly requested to pander 
and weigh the consequences which their slav- 
ish pursuit of fashion and unrestrained gratifica- 
tion of a false taste in this matter produce; this 
very style of dress is exposing the objects of 
their affection to disease, weakness of 
body and mind and early death." 

1862-63: ON THE CIVIL 
WAR 

"It inspires hope for our 
beloved country, amid the 
bloodshed and desolation of 
civil war, to see the like inter- 
ests extending its influence in 
all loyal States, and even in the 
rebellious, soon as our victorious 
armies take possession of the prop- 
er fields there for development." One year 
later the committee reported. .."Saddest comes 
the record of what death has done. George F. 
Fishe, Walter B. Cutting, Homer Smith, Albert O. 
Blanchard and Charles N. Stetson. The first four 
of these met death while in the service of their 
country the last while attending the fall term." 

1867-68: RE-ARRANGEMENT OF SCHOOLS 

Overcrowding and poor conditions of school 
houses brought about a desire to advance the 
standard of all the schools in town. Earlier it 

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was written that, "It is the universal testimony of 
experienced men, that a single teacher cannot 
take charge of more than fifty scholars at a time. 
Up until this point, all courses were taught 
by one teacher for all levels. Courses 
included were, Algebra, Arithmetic, Ge- 
ometry, Latin, English Grammar, Phi- ' 
losophy, Botany, Geography, Chemistry, 
Bookkeeping, Reading, Spelling, 
Composition, Declamation, and 
Music. 

1868-69: SOME NEW 
SCHOOL REGULATIONS 

• The town abolished all 
school districts and set 
the schools up by grades 
rather than ungraded. 

• "Teachers will be justified by 
the committee in resorting to cor- 
poral punishment after they have 
made faithful but unsuccessful 
use of other proper means of obe- 
dience. 

1871-77: NEW STATE EDUCATION 
LAWS 

• "The law now enjoins that drawing 
be taught in all the public schools." 
"No Child under the age of ten years 
shall be employed in manufacturing^ 
and no child between the ages 
of ten and fifteen shall be so 
employed, unless he has 
attended some public 
or private school, for at 
least three months dur- 
ing the year." 



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1875-76: THE FOREIGN ELEMENT 

"The large foreign element in our schools renders 
teaching very difficult, requires that the teachers 
should have and exercise great patience and per- 
sistence; they must teach the English language 
to the children, or learn French themselves be- 
fore they can make much progress in teaching 
any other branch of learning." 

1888: NEW HIGH SCHOOL, NEW 
TOWN HALL 

To save money, it was voted to 
^continue to combine both the 
High School and the town of- 
fices in one building. "The corner 
stone was laid on July 4, 1888 for 
what is today's town hall. The first 
floor was planned for a classroom, two 
recitation rooms, library, superintendents 
office, small hall, memorial hall, town 
clerk's office, etc. The second floor was to 
have a hall seating 1 ,250 persons and four 
large rooms. It was referred to as the most 
beautiful building in Massachusetts." 



1916: MARY E. WELLS HIGH SCHOOL 

By 1912, the overcrowding of classrooms 
at the town hall led to the proposal of a 
new building dedicated to the high school. 
The new school was completed in 1 91 6 at a 
cost of about $42,000. It was named after 
Mary Wells, a former teacher in lo- 
cal schools and a member of the 
school committee in the 1890's. 
In June of 1924 an additional 
16 rooms were added, pre- 
sumably parallel to the Pine 
Street side of the building. 
Although much discussed, the 



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original plans to construct a gymnasium under 
the auditorium never came to fruition. 

1927: COLE TRADE HIGH SCHOOL 

Cole Trade High School was built in 1927 
as a memorial to Robert Henry Cole, co- 
founder of the American Optical Compa- 
ny - a gift from his daughter, Ella M. Cole. 
From 1911 until Cole Trade opened, classes 
in trade arts had been held in the town hall. 

1938: FLOOD! HURRICANE! 

Southbridge was really put to the test when a 
flood and hurricane struck in September 1938. 
Since the fire alarm system was damaged, Boy 
Scouts were placed from dark to daybreak at 
nine emergency locations to bring fire informa- 
tion to the station. It was during this disaster that 
much property was damaged. The steeples of 
the Universalist and the Congregational church- 
es toppled, never to be replaced and "a beauti- 
ful pine grove" was destroyed on Dresser Street. 
This parcel was eventually cleared of debris 
and made into the Dresser Street playing fields. 

1961: NEW HIGH SCHOOL 

The present Southbridge High School was built 
to incorporate the old Cole Trade building as 
one of its wings. Laboratory, gymnasium and 
library facilities were added along with a host of 
new classrooms making this a new and modern 
school in 1961. 

It is in this special edition yearbook that we cel- 
ebrate the past fifty years of student life here at 
Southbridge High School. 




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During the school year 1962-63, whenever weather conditions are such that school 
authorities decide to cancel sessions for the elementary and junior high students for 
the day, there will be two sets of eight blasts of the fire siren at 6:45 a.m. 



Senior high school students will be expected to attend on all regular school days 



EXCEPTING WHEN THE WEATHER MAKES TRAVEL IMPOSSIBLE. 
SETS OF BLASTS OF THE FIRE SIREN INSTEAD OF TWO. 



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1. At Last - Etta James 

Crazy - Patsy Cline 

Let's Twist Again - Chubby Checker 

Bristol Stomp - Dovells 
5. Please Mr. Postman - Marveletts 





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4. Stairway To Heaven - Led Zeppelin 

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1. Don't Stop Believin' 

2. Let's Groove - Earth, Wind and Firi 

3. Super Freak - Rick James 

4. Give It To Me Baby - Rick James 

5. Jessie's Girl - Rick Springfield 



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POPULAR SONGS 

1. Unforgettable - Nat and Natalie Cole 

2. Summertime - DJ Jazzy Jeff and Fresh Prince 

3. (Everything I Do) I Do It For You - Bryan Adams 

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Arlington, Virginia. The fourth plane crashed into a field in rural Penn- 
sylvania after some of its passengers and flight crew attempted to retake 
control of the plane. The hijackers planned to crash into cither the Capitol 
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v_yficials and local dignitaries stepped through 
piles of dirt and rock and headed toward the seats 
placed in the middle of a recently 
razed field. Scott Lazo, the School 
Building Committee Chairman, 
approached the podium and wel- 
comed everyone to the Southbridge 
High School/Middle School ground- 
breaking ceremony. The mood was 
happy and excited as each of the 
speakers who took to the stage de- 
scribed all that this project means to 
them and the town. Massachusetts 
School Building Authority Execu- 
tive Director Katherine Craven ex- 
pressed a feeling of joy after what 
were many hard months of pulling 
the financial aspect of the project 
together. "There were many stumbling blocks, but 
the MSBA finally approved funding for the project 
in January, and the town council did so in Febru- 
ary." Steven Lazo, the Town Council Chairman, 
spoke highly of everyone who came together to 
make the new schools possible. Many wanted 
to convey thanks to the recently retired superin- 




tendent, Dale Hanley, for all her hard work, while 
the new superintendent, Eric Ely joked about 
what perfect timing it was for him to move into 
the head post. Bill Bishop and 
Amy Allen, respective principals of 
the junior and senior high schools, 
were thrilled with the soon to be 
facilities and looked forward to all 
the new opportunities the students 
would receive from the larger 
space and the technologically ad- 
vanced design. "The new building 
will provide additional chances 
for students to thrive in the class- 
room, agreed State Representa- 
tive Geraldo Alicea, a 1982 gradu- 
ate of Southbridge High School. 
A wave of applause broke out as 
Massachusetts State Senator, 
Richard Moore, who's been involved from the 
ground floor, congratulated the town on a job well 
done! The school has been designed by Tappe 
Associates, of Boston, and is being built by Con- 
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Massachusetts State Senator, Richard Moore; Massachusetts State Representative, Geraldo Alicea; MA School Building 
Authority, Katherine Craven; Southbridge Town Council, Steven Lazo, Chairman; Laurent E. McDonald. Vice Chair; Denise Clement, 
David Livengood, Richard Logan, Laurent R. McDonald, Catherine Nikolla. Pamela Regis, Conrad Vandal. Southbridge School Committee, 
John Jovan II, Chairman; Scott Lazo, Vice Chairman; David DiGregorio, Dr. Tanja Dominko, Dr. Thomas O 'Leary, Mary Ellen Prencipe, Patricia 
Woodruff. Southbridge School Building Committee, Scott Lazo, Chairman; Sandy Acly, Amy Allen, William Bishop, Christopher Clark, 
Mike Comeau, Eric Ely, Cortney Keegan, Arnold Lanni, Anthony Theodoss and Nick Tortis. Southbridge Town Manager, Christopher Clark;. 
Superintendent of Schools, Eric Ely; Southbridge High School Administration, William Bishop. Principal; Gregory Leach, Vice 
Principal. Wells Middle School Administration, Amy Allen. Principal; Heidi Peterson, Vice principal. Owner's Project Manager, Jos- 
selyn. Lesser and Associates; Architect, Tappe Associates; Construction Manager at Risk, Consigli Construction. 



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SITE DESIGN 

The proposed building is located on a town owned parcel of land off of Torrey Road. The develop- 
ment of the site will include the new school along with an access road, parking and athletic fields. 
The design currently calls for three multi-purpose fields for soccer, field hockey and lacrosse as 
well as a softball and baseball field. There are also three tennis courts proposed for the site. 

The project will include improvements to Torrey Road for improved vehicular access to the site. 
Some of the project utilities will be routed down the hill from the site to the town's waste water 
treatment plant. 

BUILDING DESIGN 

The proposed school will be approximately 200,000 square feet on three floors and will house 
grades 6 through 12. The proposed design capacity for the facility is 1,050 students. The school 
is organized to have two entrances, one for middle school students and one for high school 
students. There will be separate administration areas for the middle and high school and each 
school will have its own principal and administrative staff. 

Large spaces that will be used by the public including the gym, auditorium and cafeteria are lo- 
cated close to the entrances and to the parking area to allow for community use of the building 
after hours. The new auditorium accommodates an audience of 650 people and the gym allows 
for 500 spectators for a game or two practice basketball courts when the bleachers are closed. 

The new school will have two distinct and separate classroom wings to house grades 6-8 and 
9-12 in different locations. The middle school is located on three floors with each grade having 
its own floor. The high school is located on the two upper floors in a dedicated high school wing. 
Core curriculum spaces, along with art, music, drama, vocational technology and computer 
classrooms will be shared by all students. A shared library media center will be located between 
the middle school and the high school classroom wings. 

The building will include sustainable features such as superior energy performance due to high 
efficiency boilers and sophisticated controls for heat and lighting, reduced water use through the 
installation of low flow plumbing fixtures and the use of recycled and renewable building materi- 
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